[library-media] Reaching Out to Spanish Speaking Audiences - Workshop
jtlee at utah.gov
Mon Sep 29 14:35:11 MDT 2008
Please share with your staff.
ROSSA - Reaching Out to Spanish Speaking Audiences: Empowering library
staff to reach out to Spanish Speakers and increase their access to
Trainer: Yolanda Cuesta
Date & Time: 10/08/2008, 9-4:30 pm
Location: Salt Lake City, UT – Utah State Library, Room #218 & 219
**Library Directors and Trustees are strongly encouraged to attend.**
This workshop is designed for library staff, directors, and trustees.
In this workshop, national library consultant and trainer Yolanda Cuesta
will give you the tools you need to:
* Increase your awareness of cultural differences, behaviors and values
of dominant American culture and Hispanic/Latino culture and their
impact on delivering library services.
* Show you how to build strong community partnerships and collaborate
with the Spanish-speaking community to increase access to public
computers and resources.
* Teach you techniques for reaching out and marketing the public
library and public computers to Spanish-speaking customers.
* Help you develop an action plan for reaching out to the
Spanish-speaking customer and increasing access to public computers in
Yolanda Cuesta developed the curriculum used nationally by public
libraries participating in the Gates Foundation/WebJunction “Spanish
Language Outreach Program.” This workshop is based on that curriculum.
Sign up today:
Juan Tomás Lee, Library Consultant/State Data Coordinator
Utah State Library Division
250 N 1950 W, Suite A
Salt Lake City, UT 84116-7901
Toll-free (800)662-9150 ext. 769
jtlee at utah.gov
"State agencies' hours of operation are Monday - Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to
6:00 p.m. and closed Friday."
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the library-media